Articles in the Clynelish Category
Clynelish, Darkness!, Headline, Master Of Malt, Tasting Notes »
After a brief change of dram, here’s another expressions from the latest Darkness! installation by Master of Malt (or Maverick Drinks is you like). Just like the previous Darkness! whiskies , this Clynelish spent a finishing period of 3 months in tiny, specially coopered, fresh, first-fill Oloroso Sherry casks with huge surface area to volume ratios prior to bottling, as …
Let’s kick start this week with a single cask distilled at Clynelish (although not an average Clynelish), and bottled by Wemyss. I do love apple pies and apple crumbles and anything with cooked apples (my weak spot, along with lemon pies). So, what better than to try a liquid form of those?
Wemyss Malts Clyenlish 1997 , 46% abv, “Apple Basket”.
Clynelish, Featured, Headline, Linkwood, Single Cask, Tasting Notes, Wemyss »
Time for two more lovely single casks from Wemyss (recently reviewed another lovely dram from that release : The Salted Caramels Glen Scotia 1991 which i really liked). So,how will those 2 fare? let’s dram!
Wemyss Apple Pastry Linkwood , 1991
Nose: Apple strudel with blackberries , aniseed, vanilla and some pear tart.
Palate: Nice sweet woody touch with baked apples filled …
Archives, Clynelish, Glen Garioch, Headline, Tasting Notes, Uncategorized »
Two more from the Indie Archives label brought to you by Whisky Base. This time two quite different whiskies From Clynelish and GG.
Let’s start with the younger Clynelish , This blog has not seen a lot of Clynelish action and it’s a good start for a new week:
Clynelish 1997 Archives ,53.9 % , € 64.95
Nose: waxy lemony and a quite …
Auchentoshan, Clynelish, Featured, Glen Scotia, Headline, Single Cask, Tasting Notes, Wemyss »
A couple of month ago Wemyss released 5 new single casks to their Single cask collection, and continuing their recent trend, they do disclose which distillery is behind the lovely name and descriptions. I really like how they name their expressions, with descriptive names, although not as fancy and posh, and some might say over posh names given to some …